Bank Holiday’s Monday match between Manchester United and the Wolverhampton Wanderers was a fierce event, with no questions or questions given by either side.
At the opening stage of the game, both sides deliberately and enthusiastically attacked, giving the game true end-to-end quality.
The Red Devils were sometimes pegged back, but fortunately their defenders or goalkeepers were on par with the task.
Not as good as when David de Gia had to use every corner of the frame and the wolf Ruben Neves refused to score a season candidate goal.
Neves’s best tech and eyes on goals have seen him record some otherworldly efforts over the past few seasons.
After being left alone outside the Manchester United area, he appeared to be a big hit again.
He had time to cushion the ball with the first touch before arcing the volley from just below the crossbar to the top corner.
When the ball began to fall, the Spaniard turned the ball over and reached for all the tendons of his body to keep the game scoreless.
The wolf started brightly in Old Trafford …?
Visitors are at the top and almost lead by the grand efforts of Ruben Neves! ?? pic.twitter.com/46AlDs70Zn
— SkySports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) January 3, 2022
– Soccer Sports
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